This paper proposes novel scheduling techniques to support real-time traffic and data bursty traffic under quality of service guarantees. In particular, two polling-based approaches are compared: (i) when a source is enabled to transmit, a burst of packets is sent at once; (ii) within the time interval destined to a traffic class, a cyclic service of the sources is allowed on a packet basis. Considering both radio channel conditions and protocol signaling overhead, this paper compares these two different approaches and the Dynamic Slot Assignment++ (DSA++) scheme appeared in the literature, showing that our second scheme (case ii) achieves a good performance.

Andreadis, A., Benelli, G., & Giambene, G. (2003). A novel polling-based scheduling approach for an efficient radio resource sharing in wireless networks. In 2003 IEEE 58TH VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE, VOLS1-5, PROCEEDINGS (pp.1647-1651). New York : IEEE [10.1109/VETECF.2003.1285304].

A novel polling-based scheduling approach for an efficient radio resource sharing in wireless networks

Andreadis, A.;Benelli, G.;Giambene, G.
2003

Abstract

This paper proposes novel scheduling techniques to support real-time traffic and data bursty traffic under quality of service guarantees. In particular, two polling-based approaches are compared: (i) when a source is enabled to transmit, a burst of packets is sent at once; (ii) within the time interval destined to a traffic class, a cyclic service of the sources is allowed on a packet basis. Considering both radio channel conditions and protocol signaling overhead, this paper compares these two different approaches and the Dynamic Slot Assignment++ (DSA++) scheme appeared in the literature, showing that our second scheme (case ii) achieves a good performance.
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Andreadis, A., Benelli, G., & Giambene, G. (2003). A novel polling-based scheduling approach for an efficient radio resource sharing in wireless networks. In 2003 IEEE 58TH VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE, VOLS1-5, PROCEEDINGS (pp.1647-1651). New York : IEEE [10.1109/VETECF.2003.1285304].
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